1. exodeath's Avatar

    I just got a new blackberry but the miniSD card that came with it is painfully small (256 MB). It's awful, but I've already downloaded a ton of apps that i REALLY don't feel like redownloading over again. I want to but a 2 GB one but I want to know if there's some way of quickly and/or easily transferring the files from one card to another.

    I'm usually pretty tech savvy but I really don't feel like spending time with trial and error on this one since I don't want to accidentally screw anything up. Help, oh mighty Crackberry forum users?
    12-27-09 05:09 AM
  2. Eight_bit's Avatar
    The fastest and safest way : Karens Replicator

    This FREE app. makes routine SD card bakup a no brainer
    12-27-09 06:04 AM
  3. Motorcycle Mama's Avatar
    However, you can't install apps to the MEDIA CARD (which is a microSD not a miniSD by the way).
    12-27-09 07:32 AM
  4. skwij's Avatar
    Just use Desktop Mgr and BBSAK to back up your third party apps.

    Unless you have downloaded the apps to the SD card you currently have (not doable without another 3rd party app) you shouldn't run into issues simply upgrading your card, as the apps aren't on there.
    12-27-09 04:13 PM